10. Edward Scissorhands
Where does snow come from? A Frankensteined man-boy making ice sculptures with scissors for hands.
9. Die Hard
It just so happens that one of the best action flicks of all time is also one of the best almost holiday movies of all time too.
8. Dumb and Dumber
This is the movie that gave us the line: Yeah, we're in the Rockies.
Random, I know, but we watched this movie every New Year's Eve growing up. Amazing, hysterical cast. Trust me.
6. About a Boy
Nick Hornby on the big screen brings us this line, "Do carol singers have to pay you 10 percent?" "They should, but you can't always catch the little bastards."
5. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Lots of epic movies seem to fit the holiday vibes soundly. And what's more epic than LOTR? Nada.
4. Catch Me If You Can
We saw this for the first time in the theater on Christmas Day 2002, just a few days before the first of the Kyality Kids was born. It's a surprisingly perfect almost holiday flick.
3. When Harry Met Sally
Nowadays, Mrs. Kyality and I watch THIS movie every New Year's Eve. Best dialog ever. Thank you Nora Ephron.
2. The Empire Strikes Back
Uh hello, it has an abominable snow beast… instant holiday classic.
1. The Royal Tenenbaums
Mrs. Kyality and I saw this opening weekend in NYC over the holiday break in 2001… instant memories with every viewing. Plus it has the beautiful and simple song Christmas Time is Here in it.
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